Une Fable Sombrehttp://poopsheetfoundation.com is a 32-page, B&W on cream colored paper, text comic with wraparound cover, created by Richard Krauss for Rick Bradford’s Poopsheet Foundation’sMonthly Mini-Comics.
A private detective is hired to find a missing husband and stumbles onto a much larger mystery involving more missing people and a creepy pincher-hand! Richard Krauss tells this story through a series of single page panels with all text contained outside of the panel. Richard’s cartoony style turns a gloomy story about loss into a whimsically dark tale full of exaggerated characters and a much unexpected twist!
Wag Rag #2http://poopsheetfoundation.com is an 8-page, B&W, minicomics anthology featuring works by Hal Mundane, Andy Nukes, Caesar Meadows, Billy McKay, and Roger Langridge. Published by Rick Bradford and the Poopsheet Foundation.
The silly business continues as the Wag Rag crew churn out another issue of this madcap mini! In this installment of Wag Rag we get tiny people, a dripping nostril, a robot, a lagoon creature, a clown, a disembodied head, and a chicken! What more can you ask for?!
Poopsheet?http://poopsheetfoundation.com is an 8-page, B&W, minicomics review zine with front and back covers by Andy Nukes and edited and published by Rick Bradford and the Poopsheet Foundation.
With Poopsheet? Ricko makes his long awaited return to the print news, reviews, and whatnot zine scene! In this issue Ricko gives us the scoop on George Wylesol’s “House,” Charlie Haggard’s anthology “Bearqueft Comix #2,” Liz Nugent’s “Aga,” Bodie’s “Mushrump,” Theo Ellsworth’s “Thrill Mouth,” Thu Tran’s “Dust Pam,” Patrick Kyle’s “Everywhere Disappeared,” and J.T. Yost/Birdcage Bottom Books’ “Bottoms Up!”
Wag Rag #1http://poopsheetfoundation.com is an 8-page, B&W, minicomics anthology featuring works by Jim Siergey, Brian Horst, Roger Langridge, Billy McKay, and Caesar Meadows. Published by Rick Bradford and the Poopsheet Foundation.
This mini packs a lot of fun into eight pages! The lineup of artists alone is enough to make most fans of mini comics stop and take notice, but once you get a gander of the clean, polished art inside, you’re hooked!